# the diagram show the position of a skydiver over the past 5 sec of her descent time.

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drag a label for the y-axis for each graph

1. Distance from ground ft

2. Distance from start ft.

3. Speed (ft. , sec )

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## Cannot graph on these posts.

## 1. Distance from ground ft

2. Distance from start ft.

3. Speed (ft/sec)

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## The y-axis labels for each graph would be:

1. Distance from ground (ft)

2. Distance from start (ft)

3. Speed (ft/sec)

## To determine the label for the y-axis for each graph, you need to analyze the information provided.

1. For the first graph, showing the distance from the ground in feet, you can label the y-axis as "Distance from Ground (ft)." The numbers on the y-axis correspond to the height above the ground in feet.

2. For the second graph, showing the distance from the start in feet, you can label the y-axis as "Distance from Start (ft)." The numbers on the y-axis represent the distance covered from the starting point in feet.

3. For the third graph, showing the speed in feet per second, you can label the y-axis as "Speed (ft/sec)." The numbers on the y-axis represent the velocity of the skydiver in feet per second.

Remember to label the y-axis in a clear and concise manner so that it accurately represents the data being plotted.